List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Genesee County, Michigan

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The following is a list of Michigan State Historic Sites in Genesee County, Michigan. Sites marked with a dagger (†) are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Genesee County, Michigan.[1]


Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Robert P. Aitken Farm House Robert Aitken Farmhouse Flint.jpg 1110 North Linden Road Flint October 27, 1983
Applewood 1400 East Kearsley Street Flint January 29, 1979
Argentine Cemetery 8000 Block of Silver Lake Road Argentine Township April 25, 1988
Argentine Mill 8572 Silver Lake Road Argentine Township April 25, 1988
Atlas Mill G-6140 Bray Road Crossroads Village October 17, 1974
Berston Field House 3300 Saginaw Street Flint May 3, 1994
Brent Creek Methodist Protestant Church 10412 West Mount Morris Road Brent Creek vicinity March 16, 1981
Buick Motor Company Commemorative Designation Buick Motor Division Headquarters, 902 East Hamilton Flint October 21, 1993
Capitol Theatre Building Capitol Theatre Flint.jpg 140 Second Street Flint August 24, 1984
City Ice and Fuel Company Office (Demolished) 2061 South Saginaw Street Flint June 15, 1979
Civic Park Historic District Generally bounded by Dartmouth, Lawndale, Rankin, Dupont, Welch, Brownell, Dayton, Trumbull Flint May 13, 1981
Clio Depot Clio Depot - Clio Michigan.jpg 300-308 W Vienna Road Clio April 4, 19178
Community Presbyterian Church 2505 Chevrolet Ave Flint May 13, 1981
Congregational Church of Grand Blanc 203 East Grand Blanc Road Grand Blanc July 17, 1981
Crapo Farm Off of Hill Road, just west of the Swartz Creek city limits Swartz Creek November 15, 1973
Governor Henry Howland Crapo House Informational Designation Corner of 1st and Clifford Flint May 8, 1986
John West Davison Farmstead 3305 East Hill Road, .5 mile E of Saginaw Street (M-54) Grand Blanc January 20, 1984
Durant Garage 116 West Fourth Street Flint August 15, 1975
Durant-Dort Carriage Factory No. 4 / The Flint Soap Works 212 Grand Traverse Flint March 19, 1987
Durant-Dort-Nash Historic District DurantDortCarriageCoOfficeFlintMI.JPG 316 West Water Street and 307 Mason Street Flint September 17, 1974
Sarah Emma Edmonds Informational Designation Sarah Edmonds lg sepia.jpg Genesee County Courthouse Grounds Flint June 15, 1992
Elks Lodge Building Elks Lodge Flint.jpg 142 Second Street Flint November 3, 1976
Fenton Downtown Historic District (Demolished; NR delisted, 1975) Bounded by Silver Lake Road, Ellen, Walnut and River streets Fenton January 21, 1974
Fenton Grain Elevator 234 N. Leroy, SE corner of Main Street Fenton April 24, 1979
Fenton House 302 North Leroy Street, NE corner of First Street Fenton December 10, 1971
Fenton Old Town Historic District Roughly bounded by Mill St, S Leroy, E Shiawassee, E Elizabeth, W Shiawassee, and S Adelaide Fenton January 16, 1976
Fenton United Methodist Church 119 South Leroy Street, between Ellen and Caroline streets Fenton March 19, 1987
First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Grand Blanc.jpg 6101 South Saginaw, south of Edward Street Grand Blanc July 26, 1975
First Methodist Episcopal Church 225 West Court Street Flint September 10, 1979
First Methodist Episcopal Church Informational Site 413 E Main Street Flushing September 24, 1992
First National Bank and Trust Company First National Bank and Trust Company Building - Flint Michigan.jpg 460 Saginaw Street Flint October 2, 1980
First United Methodist Church 808 Genesee Street, SE corner of Church Street Mount Morris August 21, 1987
Flint Masonic Temple 755 Saginaw Street Flint April 24, 1981
Flint Road Cart Factory - Durant-Dort Carriage Factory No. 1 301-311 Water Street Flint March 19, 1987
Flint Sit-Down Strike of 1936-37 Informational Site Flint Sit-Down Strike window.jpg Three markers erected:
  • 4300 South Saginaw
  • S. Chevrolet Avenue
  • 300 block of S. Chevrolet Avenue
Flint February 7, 1977
Flushing Community Center 390 East Main Street Flushing July 17, 1975
Fourth Ward Evangelical Church 1213 West Second Street Flint June 10, 1980
Genesee County Courthouse and Jail Genesee County MI Courthouse.JPG 920 South Saginaw Street, SE corner of Court Street Flint September 7, 1989
Horace Gilbert/Morgan and Enos Miller House Horace Gilbert House Swartz Creek.jpg 5023 Holland Drive Swartz Creek February 26, 1985
Glenwood Cemetery Glenwood Cemetery Flint.jpg 2500 West Court Street, between Barlett Place and Forest Avenue Flint January 21, 1988
Harrison Homestead 1570 Main Street Flushing May 17, 1973
Industrial Mutual Association Auditorium (NR delisted 1997[1]) 815 Second Avenue Flint March 20, 1984
Morris A. Knight House Morris Knight House Flint.jpg 1105 Church Street Flint November 16, 1982
Linden Downtown Historic District Vicinity of intersection of Broad and Bridge streets Linden August 12, 1977
Linden Grist Mill Tickner Street Linden October 29, 1971
Linden Presbyterian Church Informational Site 119 West Broad Street Linden August 22, 1985
Mason's Tavern 7500 Fenton Road, near SE corner of Grand Blanc Road Mundy Township November 30, 1983
McLean House 2113 Vienna Road Clio November 7, 1977
Methodist Episcopal Church of Montrose Informational Site 158 East State Street Montrose October 15, 1992
Miller Opera House Crossroads Village[2] July 26, 1974
Fredrick Miner House 1000 East Seventh Street Flint March 19, 1980
James H. Murray House 7232 Silver Lake Road Linden September 17, 1981
Charles W. Nash House 307 Mason Flint March 19, 1987
Oak Park Methodist Episcopal Church 2125 N Saginaw Flint August 20, 1992
Old Calvary Cemetery G-1124 Ballenger Hwy Flint August 29, 1996
Old Prospect Hill Cemetery End of South Davis Street Fenton July 15, 1999
Daniel O'Sullivan House/Halfway House G-5035 Flushing Road Flushing December 14, 1976
William A. Paterson Factory Complex 118 Third Flint February 23, 1981
William S. Paterson/Dr. James K. Sutherland House 402 East Third Street Flint November 20, 1987
William Ray Perry House 6025 Perry Road Grand Blanc September 7, 1989
Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church Commemorative Designation 2101 Lippincott Blvd at the intersection of McPhail Flint September 28, 2000
Saint Jude's Episcopal Church 106 Elizabeth Street Fenton June 5, 1997
Saint Michael Roman Catholic Church 609 East Fifth Avenue Flint January 21, 1988
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church 711 Saginaw Street Flint December 18, 1974
Smith Hill Cemetery 10082 N. State St, between M-15 and Cemetery Rd, north of Dodge Rd Forest Township June 21, 1990
Jacob Smith/Fred A. Aldrich Informational Site 221 West First Avenue Flint March 19, 1987
Superintendent's Cottage MI School for the Deaf Cottage Flint.jpg 1301 Court Street Flint November 15, 1973
Swartz Creek Cemetery 4464 Morrish Road Swartz Creek January 17, 1986
Thetford Township Hall 11499 North Center Road Clio October 27, 1984
Toledo, Saginaw and Mackinaw Railroad Flushing Depot 431 Main Street Flushing June 15, 1979
Charles A. Uptegraff House 311 N. State Street Davison January 17, 1991
Christopher B. Uptegraff House 317-319 N. State Street Davison January 17, 1991
Vehicle City Informational Designation Flint City Hall, 1101 South Saginaw Flint February 19, 1958
Voiture 1116 - 40 et 8 G-3255 East Mount Morris Road Mount Morris May 8, 1984
West Forest United Methodist Church Northeast corner of Farrand and Taylor roads Otisville vicinity March 19, 1980
Robert J. Whaley House Robert Whaley House Flint.jpg 624 Kearsley Street Flint February 7, 1977
George W. Wilmot House 501 South East Street Fenton October 27, 1983
Amos M. Woodruff House 311 East River Road Flushing January 17, 1991

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  2. ^ The Miller Opera House marker was originally located at 100 South Main, Vassar, Tuscola County, but was later relocated to Crossroads Village in Genesee County.